The gym is not for everyone. You can get a full workout at home, too. For these ones, you only need YouTube and some space. This list contains the best workouts on YouTube for you.
Blogilates’ workout: 3 minutes
If you think you’re ready for this 3-minute workout, and you have the energy, then go for Casey Ho, the Blogilates creator. She has these “wooos” that are simply calming when you’re feeling the pain while doing the back-toning workout.
Check it out here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIJwWYOfsCfz6PjxbONYXSg
Kayla BBG Workout: 15 minutes
If you are not living under a rock, you probably already know about Kayla and her BBG program. She also has an amazing SWEAT app. Her exercises are targeting your arms and abs – you’d do ab bikes, X-plank, and push-up rows. This 15-minute workout can do amazing things to your body.
Check it out here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJ48BrODPTg4RJBLNIj9J1Q
PopSugar Fitness: 30 minutes
Simone De La Rue has her studios in London, Los Angeles, and New York. The price for one class is $35. But thanks to YouTube, you get quality content for free. This 30-minute workout includes stretching and some hip action. After this, you’ll do a fun choreography which is good for weight loss.
Check it out here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBINFWq52ShSgUFEoynfSwg
Tone It Up: 15 minutes
Steph is a Studio Tone It Up, app trainer. She adds a lot of chatter to her videos, but you can always skip those and start the workout. There are 2 minutes for every muscle group. 15-minutes of Foam-Rolling Workout is not fun, but it’s better when you have someone else to do it with.
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MadFit: 20 minutes
The boutique studio of this channel is quite amazing and aesthetic. It looks almost like an Instagram ad, and we know we love those. The moves are fantastic for you, and we cannot believe there’s a cute timer in one of the corners that counts you down. Trust us, that timer gives you hope in life. The routine lasts for 20 minutes, and each exercise is done for one full minute. You get to do to Pilates moves, abs moves, jumping-jack squats, mountain climbers, tricep push-ups, lunges and that’s just the tip of the iceberg.
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